ACF laments school bullying, killings

1/22/2022 5:07:00 PM

ACF laments school bullying, killings

Acf, Emmanuel Yawe

ACF laments school bullying , killings

The Arewa Consultative Forum ( ACF ) has expressed shock and revulsion over the anti-social and criminal acts of bullying, murder, kidnappings,

The National Publicity Secretary of the forum, Emmanuel Yawe, in a statement issued to journalists in Kaduna, lamented that the latest of these cases of horror is the alleged kidnap and murder of five-year-old pupil, Hanifa Abubakar by her teacher, Abdulmalik Muhammed, at a private school in Kwanar Dakatar in Kano State.

DAILY POST recalls that Muhammed is alleged to have kidnapped the young girl, his student, took her to his house and demanded a ransom of N6 million after which he killed her.According to the statement, “This is a horror story comparable to what happened in December last year when Sylvester Oromoni a 12-year-old student of Dowen College was bullied and then tortured to death by his fellow students because he refused to join them in their cult activities.”

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The National Publicity Secretary of the forum, Emmanuel Yawe, in a statement issued to journalists in Kaduna, lamented that the latest of these cases of horror is the alleged kidnap and murder of five-year-old pupil, Hanifa Abubakar by her teacher, Abdulmalik Muhammed, at a private school in Kwanar Dakatar in Kano State. DAILY POST recalls that Muhammed is alleged to have kidnapped the young girl, his student, took her to his house and demanded a ransom of N6 million after which he killed her. The Summit themed “Building Trust for an Improved Security Response in Nigeria,” was organised by Abuja Global Shapers Community (AGSC) in collaboration with Defence Headquarters. According to the statement, “This is a horror story comparable to what happened in December last year when Sylvester Oromoni a 12-year-old student of Dowen College was bullied and then tortured to death by his fellow students because he refused to join them in their cult activities. Mr Chidozie Okereke, a shop owner at Banana Junction, Orlu, Imo State, while speaking on the ugly development, said the fear of gunmen in Orlu is the beginning of wisdom.” The statement noted that the ACF called on the attention of the authorities to the new epidemic of drugs, brutality, cults and death which is taking over all schools across the country and endangering the lives of our daughters and sons and the future of our country. Besides the problems of lack of synergy between Nigerian youth and security personnel, participants also discussed the spate of insecurity in the country and major criminalities like killings and kidnapping-for-ransom. It noted that although the horrors are not limited to private schools, it is particularly concerned about what goes on in private schools because they take their students as commodities that should be traded for money. “In the last three days, everyone was forced inside the house without food, my family is seriously suffering, we cannot eat as we live on daily sales and income,” she lamented.

The statement described it as a horrible trend that would not only destroy the future of innocent children but the future of the country, calling on the governments to step in forcefully and nip the trend in the bud. The programme In his welcome remark, Mr Irabor disclosed that the military is currently advancing the whole-of-society approach as a means of solving security challenges – of which Nigerian youths could play a pivotal role. ”I have not opened my shop on any Monday or disobeyed the IPOB sit-at-home order for fear of uncertainty in the air,” he said. It stated that the governments have to look into schools they also own, saying that their children have reported to them similar acts of bullying in government and even in military schools where they are been bullied to join cult groups indulge in homosexual acts or adopt homosexuality as a way of time. According to the statement, the press release serves as a warning to the government to save the Nigerian children who have been trapped in this web of inhumanity created by school teachers, proprietors, administrators. While he identified freedom from dangers and threats to the nation’s ability to defend and develop, promote its core values, and legitimate interests as well as enhanced wellbeing of its citizens as component of national security, he noted that youth engagement practically makes them part of the fabric of stability of the society towards enhancing national security. Related Topics: . The staff said, “There is palpable fear everywhere and people are scared of losing their lives.